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. federal judge james browning was put on the bench by president kennedy. in fact, he held the bible at jfk's swearing-in. the montana native, also a world war ii vet went on to shape the ninth circuit court. the courthouse in san francisco bears his name. he's survived by his wife of 70 years. judge browning was 93. >>> after a grueling 16 days, one of the london marathon's most remarkable competitors finally finished, and you can hear the well deserved applause. claire lomas was paralyzed from the chest down after a riding accident five years ago. she managed to cover the 26.2 mile course with the help of a bionic suit that senses her motion and tells her legs to move. her daughter, 15 months old, was right there as her mom crossed the finish line. >>> there's fascinating new research that shows what happens in our brains when we brag about ourselves. they say it has the same pleasure effect as food and money do on the brain. they estimate that these days people devote about 40% of every day speech to telling other people what they feel or think. very same dynamic that fuels social media,
report from nbc's miguel almaguer in los angeles. >> governor jerry brown held little back. >> this is a type of reckoning, and we have to take the medicine. >> facing a nearly $16 billion budget deficit, today, the governor proposed $8.3 billion in cuts. the first step towards balancing the state's chronically ill budget. >> the fact is california has been living beyond its means. the united states of america and its federal government is living beyond its means. >> among some of the proposed cuts, state employees will face furlough days and pay cuts, health care programs like those that serve the elderly will lose funding, as state prisons once again face smaller budgets. brown says part of the blame, the state's sputtering economy and the still struggling housing market. california's problem, but one states across the country face. >> what starts in california, good or bad, tends to spread across country. >> blaming republican lawmakers for blocking his push to raise taxes, the governor is now calling on voters in november to approve his spending plan. >> what i'm propos
those days, but this week when georgia republican congressman paul brown proposed an amendment to cut off funding for enforcement of part of the law, as you're about to see, it did not sit well with democrat john lewis, a legendary figure in the civil rights movement who marched with dr. martin luther king jr. >> it is hard and difficult and almost unbelievable that any member, but especially a member from the state of georgia, would come and offer such amendment. people died for the right to vote. friends of mine, colleagues of mine. >> i apologize to my dear friend from georgia, if he's gotten angry with this amendment, and it's never my intent to do so, and i'm going to ask unanimous consent to withdraw the amendment. >> congressman lewis, as you may know, was beaten to within an inch of his life in the civil rights struggle. congressman brown's amendment was criticized by a number of his colleagues, including fellow republicans. even those who want a debate over the voting rights act said a late night amendment to the spending bill was not a way to do it. >> late news from chicago
last week the great theme to the charlie brown christmas, purple rain, bo diddley, and rapper's delight. >> attention parents of small children. you know one of the few perks of flying by air with small children, you get to board the plane first with other passengers who might need assistance, as they say? not anymore. at least on united airlines. families with small children and diaper bags and car seats and folded up strollers will no longer get most favored nation status. united has quietly dropped the perk they say to simplify the boarding process. >>> maybe it's the fact his mom has been on the throne for 60 years and right now, he figures why not, but for whatever reason, prince charles appears to be cutting loose these days. there's no stopping him. he showed up on the bbc news in scotland doing the weather suddenly. now he's moved on to dj'ing. he was positively scratching with the kids. while the head phone concept was a bit foreign and his beat matching does need work, even he would admit, the man's always had a rather nice flow. >>> up next here tonight, the dirty little secr
're playing back the birds' courtship songs. >> biologist charles brown is leading the mission. he studied cliff swallows for 30 years. >> 30.5. >> and believes the birds will migrate back to capistrano. >> it may not be this year or may not even be next year, but i think if we keep trying long enough, they will realize it's a good place to nest, as they did in the past. >> there is progress. the swallows are closing in. nesting just a quarter mile from the mission. close enough to give the faithful hope, to remind them of the time when presidents made the voyage to capistrano. decades later, new sounds just may bring the swallows back. miguel almaguer, nbc news, san juan capistrano. >> and that's our broadcast on a wednesday night. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. and of course, we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> thanks for joining us this evening. i'm jessica aguirre. >> and i'm raj mathai. new information tonight about that century old cemetery unearthed during a construction dig at a well-known bay area hospital. santa claira count
" by donna summer, the theme to the charlie brown christmas. >> attention parents of small children. you know infew perks of flying with splaul children, you get to board the plane first. not anymore. at least on united airlines. families with small children and diaper bags and car seats and folded up strollers will no longer get the perk. they have dropped the perk they say to simplify the boarding process. >>> maybe it's the fact his mom has been on the throne for 60 years and right now, he figures why not, but prince chals appears to be cutting lose these days. there's no stopping him. he showed up on the bb crunews doing weather. now he's moved on to dj'ing. he was scratching with the kids. while the head phone concept was foreign and his beats do need work, he's had a nice flow. >>> up next here tonight, the dirty little secret that's getting harder to find. store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you wanted a firm bed you can lie on one of those. if you want a soft bed you can lie on one of those." we provide the exact
. >> we're playing back the birds' courtship songs. >> biologist charles brown is leading the mission. he studied cliff swallows for 30 years and believes the swallows will migrate back to capistrano. >> it may not be this year or next year, but if we keep trying, they'll realize it's a good place to nest. >> there is progress. the swallows are closing in. nesting just a quarter mile from the mission. close enough to give the faithffaith ful hope, to remind them of a time when the presidents voyaged to capistrano. miguel almaguer, nbc news, san juan capistrano. >> and that's our broadcast on a wednesday night. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. and of course, we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night.
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